Hello,

We bought a 1971 Holiday Rambler this past winter.  Now that the weather has warmed up more we are finally starting to work on it.  So far we have found a pipe that appears to have frozen and cracked and we have a drip in our roof.  We also found out that the previous owner was kind enough to send us on our way with a full black tank and no handle to work the black tank.  This is our first camp trailer ever so we are newbies to say the least!  I've tried to watch videos online and I've found resources but most of the resources are for fancy schmancy RVs which are not like ours at all.  I've found this site to help and any additional information that anybody has would be welcomed!  We are trudging through a bit lost.... :) 

 

Thanks!

Tina

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Welcome to the fun!  I'm just winging it myself.  I wish I had a black tank ;)  

Oh wow,,, good point CJ - I guess I should be thankful that we have a black tank... even if it was full!  :)  Luckily with some plyers we were able to empty it out and now I feel much better about our trailer.  We are so excited to finally be able to work on the exterior now that the weather is gorgeous here in Idaho. 

 

Good luck with 'winging it'!  I know the feeling!!

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